With the arrival of twins, the Blaschke family grows from four to six and they don't really fit into their "Trabi" anymore. To solve the problem, father Hannes acquires a used official limousine.
This historical satire, based on Heinrich Mann’s world-famous novel, Der Untertan, is ranked by film critics among the 100 Most Significant German Films of all time.
Hans Müller is visiting Wartburg Castle in Thuringia, accompanied by his loving female friend Maria. Hans doesn't understand much about loyalty, which constantly leads to problems between the two of them. During one of their fights, Lady Venus intervenes and sends the pair back to the Middle Ag
In the sequel to A Lively Christmas Eve, Walter Lörke (Erwin Geschonneck) is looking forward to a quiet Christmas at home this year until his daughter calls to tell him his seventeen-year-old granddaughter Twini (Andrea Lüdke) has disappeared.
Managing director Walter Lörke (Erwin Geschonneck) had been looking forward to a cosy Christmas Eve spent with the family. But then his daughter Anne (Karin Schröder) has a surprise for him: his future son-in-law Thomas Ostermann (Arno Wyzniewski).
Ewald Honig (Erwin Geschonneck) can't break his bad habit. Hardly has he crossed over into the GDR when the strapping, well-built man in his late fifties once again starts courting ladies with fraudulent intentions.
Co-pilot Horst (Horst Drinda) is a braggart and a true Don Juan. When he tells Ilse (Gerlind Ahnert) that he is an aircraft commander, he is thoroughly embarrassed to encounter her on board his plane - as the stewardess!
This episodic comedy explores love in all its varieties. The ship’s cook Udo tries to seduce women with a sailing boat and delicious food but ends up in Bettina Gürtelschmidt's net. Bettina's boss would like to end up with her neighbor Dr.
Sonya, an art student, loves the med student Dieter. And Siegi, a factory worker, loves the bricklayer Eddie. At a lavish Carnival party at East Berlin’s art school an unintentional exchange of partners begins.